Open Source & IoT Insights
  • Will 2018 be the year the download officially dies?

    7 January 2018 | UK & US | Media

    TechRadar speculates about the future of music downloads, streaming and lossless music in 2018. Sergey Bludov, SVP of Media & Entertainment at DataArt, comments on the state of the market and whether Hi-Res will become a next stage of the audio evolution.

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  • 3 IoT Predictions for 2018

    1 January 2018 | US | Media

    IoT for All features DataArt’s predictions of the IoT trends that will dominate in 2018. Expect a rapid evolution of machine learning algorithms and edge computing, increased blockchain adoption and new security challenges.

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  • IoT Trends 2018: Artificial Intelligence, Security and Edge Solutions

    27 December 2017 | UK | Media

    Computerworld UK interviews experts about the major IoT trends for 2018. Igor Ilunin, Head of the IoT Practice at DataArt, shares his perspective on the role of blockchain in enhancing the value gained from IoT assets.

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  • 10 trends in tech to watch in 2018

    23 December 2017 | UK & US | Media

    TechRadar outlines ten trends to watch across industry sectors in 2018, with self-driving cars and voice-controlled devices topping the list. Sergey Bludov, SVP of Media & Entertainment at DataArt, comments on the future of voice-activated technologies.

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  • Wearable Technologies For Smart Environments

    15 November 2017 | Blog

    As the Internet of Things (IoT) rapidly expands throughout our world, the possibilities for improvements to our daily lives increases exponentially. The growing popularity of wearable devices is an ideal complement to this evolution, carrying the potential to interact with smart environments in a...

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  • Machine Learning Models for Mere Mortals

    3 November 2017 | UK | Media

    In ITProPortal, Rafael Zubairov, Senior Architect at DataArt, explains how a business can start using machine learning without dedicated software engineers or data science experts, and reviews the tools that make it possible.

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  • Privacy, security concerns grow for wearables

    31 October 2017 | Blog

    As wearable devices gain increased prevalence in our societies, privacy and security concerns must be addressed with sophisticated solutions to keep vital business and consumer information safe from malicious exploitation. When information is collected and stored, there is an inherent...

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  • Wearable Technology Driving Innovation in Business

    26 October 2017 | Blog

    One of the most powerful applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) is wearable technology, carrying the potential to positively transform the way many sectors conduct business. Smartwatches, VR headsets, and other wearable devices are already gaining significant popularity...

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  • Five Reasons Why IoT Benefits From Open Source

    25 October 2017 | Europe | Media

    In Computerwelt, a German IT journal, DataArt is featured as one of the earliest creators of an open source IoT platform.

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  • DataArt Partners with Espressif to Deliver Complete IoT Solutions

    23 October 2017 | US | Media

    IoT Now picks up the announcement of DataArt’s partnership with Espressif, a provider of ESP8266 and ESP32 chips that are used to add internet connectivity to devices. DataArt developed a custom DeviceHive firmware for Espressif’s ESP8266 chips that enables zero-configuration networking, supports a wide range of popular sensor devices and ensures direct connection with DeviceHive cloud service.

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